List of Wing Chun Techniques

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List of Wing Chun Techniques

This page lists a wide variety of Wing Chun techniques such as the One Inch Punch, Sticking Hand, Slap Block, etc. Each page provides details, instructions and/or demonstration videos in order to illustrate that particular Wing Chun technique.

Wing Chun Techniques - with instructions

Blocks & Deflections - Sau/Sao

Elbow Strikes

  • Pai Jarn - Horizontal "Hacking" Elbow Strike

Punches

Other

  • Yee Jee Kim Yueng Ma - Horse Stance
  • Che Ma - Shifting

Reference Sources

  1. Progressive Wing Chun, Wing Chun Terminology, http://www.progressivewingchunmk.co.uk/about-wing-chun/wing-chun-glossary/, Added - 02/28/15
  2. Samuel Kwok Wing Chun Association, Wing Chun Techniques Gloassry, http://www.kwokwingchun.com/training-tips/techniques-glossary/, Added - 03/03/15



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